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LINK BUSINESS-PHOENIX
INVITES YOU TOBusiness Broker
An Informal and Informational Open House/Happy Hour
7502 E Pinnacle Peak Rd, Suite B219, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Thursday, May 11th, 4-6 pm
Feel free to stop in for a Few Minutes or an Hour or More
RSVP: 480.686.8062 or infophx@linkbusiness.com
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Market Pulse was quoted in USA today

43% of small business sales had an intentional and proactive exit strategy. The remainder weren’t planned.

The quarterly International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) and M&A Source Market Pulse Survey was created to gain an accurate understanding of the market conditions for businesses being sold in Main Street (values $0-$2MM) and the lower middle market (values $2MM -$50MM). The national survey was conducted with the intent of providing a valuable resource to business owners and their advisors. The IBBA and M&A Source present the Market Pulse Survey with the support of the Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Project and Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business and Management.
Lisa Riley, PhD, CBI Market Pulse Chair

Join LINK Business-Phoenix, Open House April 6th

The LARGEST Business Brokerage in the World Invites You To: Beer, Wine, Cheese and Conversation

TUESDAY, April 6th 2017 , 4:00 PM – 6:00PM,

7502 E. PINNACLE PEAK RD #B219, Scottsdale, AZ 85255

email: infophx@LINKBusiness.com or call 

(480) 686-8062

Our success and reputation as a market leader comes from our unique approach to marketing and selling businesses. We are seeking Business Sales Brokers to join our team!

We offer a focused service, whereby our business brokers may work in specific and specialized areas. We value a high level of integrity. If you are honest, driven and ethical, you will fit right in.

We encourage healthy competition and self-achievement.

Link provides everything needed to succeed — no charge/no out-of-pocket:

• NO DESK FEES

• National & International Network

• 6-Point Success Plan: Link On-Line Academy, Weekly Broker’s Meeting, Weekly Broker’s Cohort, Link 101 / Link 201, Step by Step Success Plan, One-on-One Field Training, Experienced Business Broker Mentorship

• Competitive Technology

• Link Valuation Tool

• Comps and Lead Generators

• Proprietary IT data based system

• Accommodating office facilities

• Promotional materials — business cards, brochures, newsletters, mail blasts, business broker magazines

Requirements:

• The ideal candidate for the LINK team is someone who takes satisfaction in achieving goals

• Welcomes challenging opportunities

• Compensation is sales based, allowing our brokers greater earning potential

• Applicants need to be able to financially sustain themselves for the first 4-6 month period, while training and working towards opening and closing listings and escrows

• Brokers can rely on the support of LINK’s experience, resources and professional development network, an environment where your career can truly thrive.

Why join us at LINK:

LINK has positioned itself as a world leading brokering group and is highly experienced in the sale of the mid-to-upper end of businesses.

Our brokers are diverse in background, enabling LINK to reach all communities. Earnings are strictly a function of a broker’s work ethic from day one.

Typically, the larger the listing the larger the earnings. Top brokers can earn in excess of $200,000 per year.

If you believe you have what it takes to be part of the LINK team, Apply Now!

4 Reasons to Buy — Not Start — a Business

LisaRileyLisa Riley, Ph.D., CBI, CBB

Principal at LINK Business

 

Success

START UP COSTS ARE HIGH

Starting up a business usually entails a large outlay of cash for expenses several months before a single dollar is ever earned. Some common expenses include: location, tenant improvements (TIs), furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE), marketing, advertising, product development, employees, office manuals, creating systems and processes, deciding on a merchant service provider, insurance agents, security firms, payroll processors, etc.

When buying a business, you simply take on the assets and have a proven market for the product/service your company will be providing. Most of the time, this includes customers or clients and revenue coming in on Day 1.

STARTING A BUSINESS A HUGE RISK

Although buying a business is no guarantee that you’ll be successful, when you compare the risks involved with starting a business to buying one, you’ll see the risks are lessened. As long as you do your research, buying a business means someone else has already taken on the high risk. When buying a business, you have a proven market for what your company will be providing.

Unless you have a very unique idea or thrive taking risks, the stress of trying to start your own company may not be worth it. Buying and running a business will provide enough risk for most.

YOU CAN USE A PROFESSIONAL LINK BROKER

Want to cut down on your risk even more, get a LINK broker involved. A LINK broker will assist you in order to acquire the best possible business for your investment and one that matches your goals as well as your personality.

Business startups do not have the same type of service available. You can ask around, hire a consultant, and/or read books about how to start the right business for you. If you can find someone who will get paid to help you make that decision and guide you through the startup process, please let us know. We’ve yet to find such a guide.

BUYING A BUSINESS IS EASIER

Buying a business basically means you get the recipe for success. You’ll potentially receive everything, including but not limited to: leased space, furniture, fixtures and equipment, clients/customers, suppliers/vendors, employees, brand recognition, intellectual property, etc. You simply follow the recipe or path of the last owner while looking for ways to improve.

When you start your own business you will need to find and acquire all those essential assets listed above plus plenty more. You may be debating which is more affordable and the answer is it depends. However, there can be no disagreement over which way is going to be easier (and decrease the time in which you bring in revenue).

Starting a business has been the American dream, however simply buying one may be a much smarter dream. Make sure you find the right business and success will be much easier.